The Finance Ministry has launched a study group to initiate discussions on drafting wide-reaching financial services legislation.

The group, which is not an official advisory body, includes academics and representatives of 11 other ministries and agencies. Ministry officials said it would talk about the legal framework that will become necessary after the government’s current financial deregulation initiative is implemented.

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